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proprietary
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The Great Gatsby
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  • She came in with such a proprietary haste, and looked around so possessively at the furniture that I wondered if she lived here.

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  • Tylenol is a proprietary drug that can be purchased in generic form as acetaminophen.
  • My employment contract prohibits by sharing proprietary information with people outside of the firm.

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